Ishq mein Kaafir

“Insecurity has a new name…Black Magic” A-Plus next mega serial “ Ishq mein Kaafir” stars Goher Mumtaz and Saboor Aly

No matter how educated you are the sight of lemon, chillies and vermillion in public places still arouses superstitious beliefs in you.

Ishq mein Kaafir

It is not just the rural areas that are affected, several towns and cities in the country are equally victimized.

“Ishq Mein Kaafir” highlights the use of black magic that is prevalent in our society, and the web of conspiracies that stem from this practice. The subject pushes the envelope by tackling the intricate hurdles of relationships.

Ishq mein Kaafir

It has a horror flavor though the process is kept very organic, showcasing black magic in a realistic and believable manner.

Ishq mein Kaafir

The drama tends to be a prime example of why revenge is typically not the best idea.

Celebdhaba stole a few exclusive moments to have a rare and exclusive chat with Saboor and Goher:

Ishq mein Kaafir

Saboor Aly:

The name of my character is Ujala. I play a medical student who falls in love with his classmate. There comes a point where she realizes that his boyfriend starts eying another girl. She gets desperate and finds herself in a difficult patch ending up with “Black Magic” that could help in making her desires possible.

Ishq mein Kaafir

Goher Mumtaz:

The name of my character is Dr. Fahad. It’s a love triangle between three medical students. The trio studies in the same college and are doctors in the making. Their relationships are tested when Saboor’s notices Goher’s inclination more towards Momina. As every girl today wants to maintain her youthful charm and attain her beloved, Saboor desperately tries to achieve Goher’s attention and finds “Black Magic” as her last resort.

“Ishq Mein Kaafir” has a supernatural genre that doesn’t go over the top with the nuances of a horror premises.

Ishq mein Kaafir

Directed by Amir Yousaf and written by Umaira Ahmad it’s supporting cast includes Sadia Faisal, Saba Faisal, Mohsin Gillani, Ammy Khan, Wasim Tirmazi and Ayeshan Khan .